The Saturday has arrived and has brought some fresh wind to Chandigarh. I kind of like going to office on Saturday. Reason? Because there is much less traffic on the roads, morning seems brighter, I observe beautiful blooming trees, and today particularly I could see the hills afar!
Our preschool is starting a summer camp on Monday. For the past two weeks we were busy preparing the program and daily schedule for kids. Among the activities we proposed was pebble painting - it seemed like so much fun to me that I couldn't resist to try it all myself! You should have actually seen me collecting the pebbles from the road side! I had to manage to pick them up without others noticing me, which was almost impossible. But here I am a happy owner of a few round rocks plus those I had collected before. So I grabbed my acrylic paints and ...
Ta-dah! They make me really happy, okay. I painted just four of them and was literally happy like a kid, showing them to my D again and again. I choose nature and summer related pictures. The cat totem was indispensable of course! The human paw didn't come out as I imagined it to be, but still, looks kind of cute.
I decided to give some paint touch to the other side too, this way I'll be able to change the look of the pebbles whenever I want to :) As you can see I am yet to decorate few more of them, and I can't wait to be back home and start doing it. The best part about this simple craft activity is that you can paint anything your imagination gives you, and make it a part of your interior design. This bowl now sits on my room table, making me smile every time I look at these colorful cameos.
Thank you all so much for good health wishes for the baby! He is all right now, but it took so much efforts to save his life! We visited him yesterday, and I was really glad to see his cute face, though he looked exhausted by one and a half week stay in the hospital. His Mum was smiling all the time and it was so good to see. Wishing you speedy recovery, baby boy!
Have an enjoyable weekend, my dears, wherever you are!